The flowers are blooming and the temperatures are rising, which means the Easter Bunny will soon return for the season! Our 2022 Easter Guide includes Philadelphia’s egg hunts, events and activities, bunny photo opportunities, Easter brunch and Easter dinner. Order cookies, pies and special holiday desserts from one of our local Philly businesses. All of the information you need to celebrate Easter can be found right here in our 2022 Easter Guide!






  • Easter Desserts – Termini Bros Bakery at Comcast Center (Philadelphia)
  • Easter Fondant Cookies – Carlo’s Bake Shop (Philadelphia)
  • Pound Cake – Stock’s Bakery (Philadelphia)
  • Easter Chocolates – Lore’s Chocolates (Philadelphia)
  • Easter Treats – Sweet Box (Philadelphia)
  • Buttercream Chocolate Eggs, Chocolate Bunny and Marshmallow Robin Eggs – Shane Confectionary (Philadelphia)
  • Easter Chocolates, Baskets and More – RB’s Chocolate Revenge (Philadelphia)
  • Chocolate Covered Eggs – Zitners (Philadelphia)
  • Easter Cookie Trays – Schenk’s Family Bakery (Philadelphia)

Free Easter Egg Hunt at FDR Park

When: April 9, 10 am – 1 pm
Where: FDR Park, 2000 Pattison Avenue, Philadelphia, PA

Free Easter Egg Hunt for kids at FDR Park. Get your photo with the Easter Bunny and get your face painted, for free! This event is suitable for children up to 12 years of age. There will be free face painting, lots of candy, photos with the Easter Bunny and so much more.

Thomas Mitchell Playground Easter Egg Hunt

When: April 9, 10 am – 12 pm
Where: 3694 Chesterfield Road, Philadelphia, PA

Children ages 1-10 are welcome to participate in the Easter Egg Hunt. Over 2,000 eggs filled with candy, toys and other special surprises will be scattered throughout the playground. The Easter Bunny will be hopping down the bunny trail to meet all participating children. An Easter basket raffle will also be taking place during the event, including various themed baskets to make your holiday brighter. No fee is required for participation in the Easter Egg Hunt.

The Stenton Easter Egg Hunt

When: April 9, 1-3 pm
Where: 4601 N 18th Street, Philadelphia, PA

Enjoy family fun at the Stenton Museum. The event includes an egg hunt, natural egg dyeing, crafts and face painting. The egg hunt begins promptly at 1 pm and the site is open from 1-3 pm. The event is free but donations are greatly appreciated. Reservations are required as space is limited. Baskets are not provided.

South Street Egg Hunt

When: April 1-17th
Where: South Street Headhouse District, South Street (between Front and 11th Street), Philadelphia, PA

Egg-splore the South Street Headhouse District in search of 50+ eggs designed by local artists, CAPA students and SSHD business owners this April 1st-April 17th. The eggs will be hidden in store front sand business windows throughout the district map. Every egg you find is a chance to prizes, including $50 gift cards to the SSHD business of your choice, and the Grand Prize Egg Basket valued at $1,000.

Hayrides to Bunnyland

When: April 2-3 and April 9-16, 11 am – 4 pm
Where: Linvilla Orchards, 137 W Knowlton Road, Media, PA

Hop over to Bunnyland at Linvilla Orchards and go on a hayride to the Easter Bunny’s house! Be sure to bring a camera to take pictures as the Easter Bunny greets you on the hay wagon. Visitors will stop to enjoy a story and a special treat. After the ride is over, stop by the Garden Center for beautiful Easter plants, flowers and accessories or the Farm Market for fresh bakery items or a homemade chocolate treat. The Farm Market is open daily from 9 am – 6 pm. Visit the website to learn more.

Easter Bunny HOP!

When: March 20-April 17
Where: The Adrienne Theater, 2030 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA

Hop away at the Easter Egg-Tacular in Philadelphia. Hop to “The Bunny Hop Hop”, “Easter Parade”, “Rockin’ Robin” and more so that you can find all of the Easter Bunny’s friends, the missing eggs and save Easter! After the show you will be able to take photos with the Easter Bunny. Pictures with the Easter Bunny are included for VIP ticket holders only. Patrons with general admission tickets may purchase picture time with the bunny for $20/picture session after the show at the merchandise booth. Get your tickets here.

Hop to It! Bunny Photos

When: March 18-April 16
Where: Philadelphia Mills Mall, 1455 Franklin Mills Circle, Philadelphia, PA

Get your bunny photos and choose from available photo packages. Book your reservation online.

Easter Photo Shoot

When: April 16m 1-6 pm
Where: Unique Creations Event Planners, 5301 West Montgomery Avenue, Philadelphia, PA

Unique Creations is having an Easter Photo Shoot. Come get your professional photos taken by Images by Michael. The cost is $10 per family. There will be light refreshments available. Get your tickets here.


When: April 17
Where: Amada, 217-219 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

On Sunday, April 17th, Amada will be offering a $35 prix fixe Easter Brunch Menu featuring Authentic Spanish Tapas, Sangria Pancakes and Crab Benedict. Visit the website to see the full menu.


When: April 17, 10 am – 3 pm
Where: Moshulu, 401 S. Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia, PA

Easter Brunch will be served at Moshulu from 10 am – 3 pm and the regular menu will be available until 8. Reservations are recommended.

The Olde Bar

When: April 17
Where: 125 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

Have Easter Brunch at The Olde Bar. Specials include the Croque Madame Bread Pudding and the Kid’s Waffles.

Positano Coast by Aldo Lamberti

When: April 17
Where: 212 Walnut Street, 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA

Positano Coast will be featuring the Chef’s special menu for Easter Sunday brunch and dinner. Make a reservation by calling (215) 238-0499.

Easter Sunday Brunch Cruise

When: April 17, Board 12:30 pm, Cruise 1-3 pm
Where: Penn’s Landing, 401 South Christopher Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA

Celebrate with a Easter Signature Brunch Cruise on the Delaware River. You will enjoy a delicious buffet, cocktails and incredible views of Philadelphia. Your ticket includes a 2 hour brunch cruise, buffet brunch, unlimited coffee, tea and water, spectacular views of the city, live DJ entertainment and a guaranteed table for your party size. The dress code is casual. Make your reservations here.

McCormick & Schmick’s

When: April 17
Where: 1 S Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA

Available on April 17th, McCormick & Schmick’s is offering a Prix Fixe Easter Menu. The menu includes a soup or salad or your choice, a choice of an entrée,  and a dessert. Add on your choice of oysters rockefeller or parmesan pesto oysters for $10. Ask about the $6 bunnymosa and bunnymary. Make a reservation.

Easter Buffet | Sofitel Philadelphia at Rittenhouse Square

When: April 17
Where: 120 S 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA

Have Easter Brunch at the Sofitel Philadelphia at Rittenhouse Square. There will be a raw bar, appetizers, entrée options, carving table, desserts and a complimentary glass of bubbly. The cost is $70 per person.

Positano Coast by Aldo Lamberti

When: April 17
Where: 212 Walnut Street, 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA

Positano Coast will be featuring the Chef’s special menu for Easter Sunday brunch and dinner. Make a reservation by calling (215) 238-0499.

Garces Trading Company | Easter Dinner To-Go

When: Order by April 13
Where: 300 South Street, Philadelphia, PA

Celebrate Easter at home with traditional dishes prepared by the Garces Trading Company culinary team. The Easter Dinner includes your choice of sliced Pineapple-Glazed Ham with Golden Raisin Mustard Sauce. The dinner is served with family-style portions of Trie Colore Salad, Herb Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Honey Turmeric Carrots and Roasted Pearl Onions, Judias Verdes, Rosemary Parker House Rolls and Lemon Blueberry Tarts. The cost is $55 per person. Order by Wednesday, April 13th for delivery. The meal requires a 3 days notice.

The Olde Bar

When: April 17
Where: 125 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

Easter Dinner at The Olde Bar includes maple glazed ham (serves 2) with green bean casserole and herb-roasted baby carrots. Cocktails include the Fish House Punch Original Recipe and the Lady Bunny.

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By: Sophia DeWald

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